Schedule

Vinemont High School Library Schedule

2017-18


1st Period

1.) Supervise library aide. 2.) Open circulation 3.) Independent Reading 4.) Class assignments / research 5.) Various grade level meetings

2nd Period

1.) Supervise library aide. 2.) Open circulation 3.) Independent Reading 4.) Class assignments / research

3rd Period

1.) Open circulation 2.) Independent Reading 3.) Class assignments / research

4th Period

1.) Supervise library aide 2.) Open circulation 3.) Independent Reading 4.) Class assignments / research

5th Period

1.) Supervise library aides 2.) Open circulation 3.) Independent Reading 4.) Class assignments / research

6th Period

1.) Supervise library aides 2.) Open circulation 3.) Independent Reading 4.) Class assignments / research 5.) Journalism / Yearbook (Students produce a bi-weekly news broadcast, a monthly newsletter, book trailers, and create the yearbook.)

7th Period

1.) Supervise library aide. 2.) Open circulation 3.) Independent Reading 4.) Class assignments / research  (Planning:  Library is still open for students and teachers.)


  • Daily open circulation

  • Daily flexible scheduling which allows for library / teacher collaboration

  • 24 hour access to library collection via OPAC (online public access catalog housed in Atriuum)

  • Library management - book orders, cataloging, and processing materials / weeding obsolete materials.

  • 24 hour access to various ebooks

  • Faculty meetings on various days at various times in the library.

  • SGA meeting nearly every Tuesday during lunch in the library.

  • College visits take place in the library on various days at various times.


1st Period - 1 library aide

2nd Period - 1 library aide

3rd Period (Planning) - 0 library aides

4th Period - 1 library aides

5th Period - 2 library aide

6th Period - 2 library aide and 28 Journalism / Yearbook students

7th Period - 1 library aide








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